close
    Can a bulged disc progress to a herniated disc?

    0  Views: 783 Answers: 2 Posted: 1 year ago
    Tags: medical

    2 Answers

    Significant disc damage can lead to a Disc Bulge, become a tear called a Disc Herniation or the inner gelatinous material of the disc can leak out in the case of a Ruptured Disc. The “jelly center” of the disc can also dry out over time which is referred to as Degenerative Disc Disease. All forms of disc injury can eventually impinge on the nerves exiting the spine (“Pinched Nerve”) which can create numbness, tingling, burning or sharp pain down the arms or legs. Sharp pain originating from the back and “shooting” down the legs is often referred to as Sciatica.




    The most effective treatment available to heal a Disc Bulge is
    Non-Surgical Spinal Disc Decompression using the DRX9000.


     


    See this website for more information:  http://doctorken.com/disc-bulge-herniated-disc/

    a bulged disc and a herniated disc are pretty much the same thing......according to my chiropractor.



    Top contributors in Uncategorized category

     
    ROMOS
    Answers: 18268 / Questions: 152
    Karma: 1079K
     
    Colleen
    Answers: 47620 / Questions: 115
    Karma: 953K
     
    country bumpkin
    Answers: 10671 / Questions: 158
    Karma: 771K
     
    jhharlan
    Answers: 9644 / Questions: 966
    Karma: 701K
    > Top contributors chart

    Unanswered Questions

    440241
    questions
    704492
    answers
    485370
    users